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  • Bangladesh vs New Zealand Match

    Loss a timely reminder?

    While Bangladesh showed tremendous fighting spirit in their two-wicket loss against New Zealand at The Oval on Wednesday, the defeat was a timely reminder of the old follies that the Tigers can revert to when faced with opposition playing at a higher level than them.

  • Mashrafe Mortaza says about Mushfiqur Rahim

    ‘Don’t need to go after Mushy’

    A big talking point surrounding Bangladesh’s two-wicket loss to New Zealand was established long before the result, when wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim negated a sure run out of Kane Williamson by dislodging the bails with his elbows when trying to intercept a throw from Tamim Iqbal at mid on that was heading for the stumps anyway.

  • Kiwis best Tigers by two wickets despite late drama

    Bangladesh fight valiantly, Bangladesh fight bravely, but the Tigers lose. Despite a late flurry of wickets, the Kiwis get home with two wickets to spare. A hard-fought win for New Zealand dents Bangladesh's spirit, but should also provide them with some belief and show their remaining opponents that nothing will come easy.

  • Bangladesh vs New Zealand Interesting Facts

    Interesting facts ahead of Tigers’ game against New Zealand

    Bangladesh and New Zealand have played each other quite a few times in the past and ahead of today’s enthralling encounter, here we look at some of the interesting facts about both the sides.

  • Bangladesh vs West Indies

    Stats and key players ahead of Tigers’ game against the Kiwis

    Here we look at some of the statistics and key players of both the teams ahead of Bangladesh’s clash against New Zealand at the Kennington Oval in London today.

  • Bangladesh vs New Zealand match in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

    An Eid not far removed from home

    The combination of the Bangladesh team, a World Cup and Eid is not a happy one. The only time the religious festival has coincided with cricket’s quadrennial showpiece was in 2003, when Bangladesh opened their campaign with an ignominious campaign against minnows Canada on Eid day, which foreshadowed a World Cup in which they lost every completed match. 16 years on, in England, the picture is the opposite.

  • Wining Moment of Team Tigers

    Tigers gearing up for Kiwi challenge

    Not far from The Oval, the scene of a stirring win in their World Cup opener against South Africa on Sunday, the Bangladesh team were enjoying a well-deserved rest day at their hotel yesterday.

  • 'Crease awareness vital'

    Bangladesh's away series in New Zealand was supposed to be the barometer by which to gauge the team's strengths and weaknesses

  • 'Crease awareness vital'

    Bangladesh's away series in New Zealand was supposed to be the barometer by which to gauge the team's strengths and weaknesses

  • Tigers leave New Zealand for home

    [Watch] Tigers leave for Bangladesh

    The Bangladesh cricket team departed from New Zealand this morning at 5am BDT (12pm local).

  • Tides before and after the ides of March

    Just what a sea change in outlook yesterday's tragic attack may have on the people of New Zealand can only fully be appreciated by someone who has witnessed the secure life in the small country before two mosques in Christchurch became the sites of a brutal shootings on March 15.

  • Attack Attempt to Bangladeshi Cricketers

    'Foreign hosts need to step up security'

    Following the horrific shooting incident in New Zealand's Christchurch where the Bangladesh team survived a close shave, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan said that the board will be asking for a minimum level of security before going on overseas tours. In the case that security requirement is not met, the team will not be allowed to tour.

  • Attack Attempt to Bangladeshi Cricketers

    Frightening experience

    There was widespread shock and condemnation from the cricketing fraternity yesterday after the tragic shooting incident in

  • Attack Attempt to Bangladeshi Cricketers

    Tigers to return today

    The Bangladesh cricket team will return home tonight after escaping unharmed from yesterday's active shooter situation during Jumma prayers at a mosque in Christchurch. The incident was labelled as the worst terror attack on New Zealand soil.

  • And this out of left field

    And this out of left field

    What did we expect? Judging from anecdotal evidence, the noise from fans as well as those in the know speaking off the record -- the

  • Need to play more Tests: Jayed

    Need to play more Tests: Jayed

    Pacer Abu Jayed can consider himself unlucky as, despite bowling well in the second Test when he removed both in-form Kiwi openers

  • Intense Tigers seek correction

    Intense Tigers seek correction

    The tour of New Zealand has been a tough experience for the visiting Bangladesh team and following the comprehensive defeats in the

  • Signs point to Mushy return

    Generally, Mushfiqur Rahim's mood depends on his on-field performances and, known for his sheer determination and eagerness to play every game for Bangladesh, it was a welcome sight for the team management to see the wicketkeeper-batsman back in action again.

  • Bangladesh batsman Mushfiqur Rahim

    Mushy gearing for comeback

    Following his injury in the second ODI, Mushfiqur Rahim had sat out the first two Tests where the Tigers fell to big-margin defeats. The cricketer is still eager to comeback to the lineup -- despite suffering a broken rib cage and a finger injury – and has started practicing with the cricket ball once again today

  • Mithun and the will to fight

    Mohammad Mithun is not the most technically sound batsman in the Bangladesh team or even the most gifted player who is widely rated as a rare talent.

  • The Wellington warning

    I have long been hearing, from cricketers and fellow journalists, about the fear that flying into the powerful wind of Wellington

  • The Wellington warning

    I have long been hearing, from cricketers and fellow journalists, about the fear that flying into the powerful wind of Wellington

  • Under the weather

    Ever since Bangladesh arrived in New Zealand, apart from the challenge of adapting to seaming, green pitches, the weather too has been

  • Under the weather

    Ever since Bangladesh arrived in New Zealand, apart from the challenge of adapting to seaming, green pitches, the weather too has been

  • Five areas for the Tigers to look at

    Five areas for the Tigers to look at

    Not much need be said to accurately convey the nature of the debacle that was Bangladesh's second Test against New Zealand in

  • Bangladesh vs New Zealand Test

    What went wrong for the Tigers?

    Bangladesh capitulated under two-and-a-half days at the Basin Reserve in Wellington losing the second Test by an innings and 12 runs.

  • Tigers' drop zone

    Tigers' drop zone

    There is a saying in cricket to the effect that if you miss a catch, you lose the match and for Bangladesh, dropped catches have proved to be very costly in the ongoing Test series against New Zealand.

  • Student now the master

    It was an emotional moment for Ross Taylor when he surpassed the New Zealand's record of most Test hundreds that belonged to his mentor Martin Crowe, who died in March 2016 of cancer, as the right-hander registered his 18th century at Basin Reserve in Wellington yesterday.

  • Tigers mindful of mind games

    Tigers mindful of mind games

    It was a similar situation for Bangladesh 18 years ago during their maiden tour of New Zealand in 2001 when the first two days of the first Test in Hamilton were washed out without a ball being bowled.

  • Bangladesh-nz 2nd Test: Rain washes out Day Two

    Rain played hide and seek throughout the day in Wellington before umpires eventually abandoned play for the second consecutive day of the second Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand yesterday.

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